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    Thursday, June 13: LAST DAY PREK, 10:30 AM dismissal 

    Friday, June 14: LAST DAY KINDERGARTEN, 10:30 AM dismissal

    Wednesday, June 19: NO SCHOOL Juneteenth

    Friday, June 21: LAST DAY OF SCHOOL, 12 PM dismissal

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  • EduKit Orders Due by June 30, 2024

    Nantucket Elementary School offers the EduKit program as a convenient option for busy families to order school supplies for the 2024/2025 year. EduKits include the supplies approved by our school.
    A complete list of what is included in each grade’s kit is available on our school’s order page at www.edukitinc.com.

    Your student’s order will be available on the first day of school. Should you have any questions about EduKit please contact the school office.

    Kindergarten Kit: $65

    Grade 1 Kit: $59

    Grade 2 Kit: $69

    Prices are valid on orders placed by June 30, 2024. Sales tax, if applicable, will be added at checkout. 

    Purchasing EduKits are not required. If you plan to purchase your child's school supplies on your own, please use this list. 

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  • Click HERE for the 2023-2024 Bus Routes

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  • Parents and Guardians: Check Your Email! 

    All families should also add the following emails to your contacts: 

    Superintendent Dr. Elizabeth Hallett hallette@npsk.org
    Aspen Notifications: aspen-sysadmin@myfollett.com
    Principal Kim Kubisch kubischk@npsk.org
    Office Assistant Jane Melville melvillej@npsk.org
    Office Assistant Patricia Harding hardingp@npsk.org (español)
    School Nurse Meri Lepore leporem@npsk.org

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Nurse's Note

  • We have an exciting week coming up! May 6-12th is National Screen Free Week. We have seen a significant increase in students with Myopia (nearsightedness) in the past 2 years. Increased screen time raises the risk of developing myopia and also developing it earlier than we may if only inherited. Please consider taking part in Screen Free Week May 6-12th. I have included some great ideas of activities and some history of Screen Free Week. Outdoor play and free play is so important for our children’s development. Let's ditch the screens and play some board games or go outdoors instead!

    What is Screen-Free Week? – Since 1994, millions of people have participated in National Screen-Free Week. It is celebrated every year in May, this year it is May 6-12th, all over the world as a way for people — children, adults, and entire communities — to take a well-deserved break from screens, to rest their eyes, their minds, and to make time to play and get outside. Perhaps you’ve been celebrating this week with your family for years or you’re thinking about giving it a try this year, dipping your toes into the screen-free world for a few days. Whatever you and your family decide, and however long you want to participate, is up to you. The key takeaway is to bring awareness and reflect on how often we all turn to our screens instead of each other or to the physical world around us. Remember, the point of this week is not about going without, but about all the amazing things you can add into your life with your screen-free time while deepening your connection to your family and the world around us.

    101 Family Actitivities

    100 Reading ideas

    55 Nature Related Activities

    Screen free Game Ideas

    Screen Free Bingo

     

    Meri Lepore RN, FNP-BC

     

    School Nurse

    Nantucket Elementary School

    leporem@npsk.org

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